The King Alfred School

STRONG-MINDED students organised a pie splattering competition as part of a fund-raising activity for Amnesty International.

Members of the sixth form amnesty group, which focuses on standing up for humanity and human rights, decided to organise the event for year eight pupils to coincide with their work.

Amnesty focused lessons were taught in various subjects and students produced a range of projects based on the important work that the charity does.

A student and teacher dodgeball match, cake sale and pie the teacher helped to raise �400.


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